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New Wyo. Education Director Supports Reform

The new director of the Wyoming Education Department says the state is on the right track in its effort to hold schools and educators accountable for the academic performance of their K-12 students.

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Gov. Mead Applauds Paradise Valley DLI Program

Gov. Matt Mead likes what he sees from the Natrona County School District’s first dual-language immersion classroom.

Mead met with teachers and students from Paradise Valley Elementary School on Thursday to see how the program works

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Crandall Delays Resignation from Ariz. Legislature

Wyoming's new education director is delaying his resignation from the Arizona Legislature to maintain health insurance coverage for two of his children.

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ACT: Only Quarter of Grads Ready for All Subjects

The testing company ACT says just a quarter of this year's high school graduates who took the ACT tests have the reading, math, English and science skills they need to succeed in college or a career.

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UW Balloon Research Marks 50th anniversary

The University of Wyoming will mark the 50th anniversary of its atmospheric research project next week.

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As Price of College Rises, So Does Federal Aid

As college tuition continues to rise, more students are receiving federal financial help, but state and institutional aid remains largely unchanged.

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Wyo. Supreme Court Hears Superintendent Lawsuit

The Wyoming Supreme Court is hearing arguments Tuesday on whether the state Legislature can determine the powers and duties of the state superintendent of public instruction.

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UW Starts Fall Semester on Aug. 26th

The University of Wyoming will welcome back students this week before fall semester classes start next week.

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Natrona Schools Changing Security Protocols

As the new school year gets underway, the Natrona County School District is announcing some changes in safety protocols.

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Common Core Roundtable Slated For Casper And Cheyenne [AUDIO]

State House Representative Tom Reeder started looking in to Common Core standards and their effect on Natrona County and State schools in March. He found more questions than answers and decided to do something about it

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